7. West Egg mansion, Great Gatsby
Oheka Castle, completed in 1919 and containing over 120 rooms, is the 2nd largest private residence ever built in the US. Located in Huntington, Long Island, New York, this incredible work of art was intended to be used as a summer home for Kahn and Addie Wolff, where people would throw parties and entertain the royalty, heads of state and occasional Hollywood stars. Over the decades the mansion has appeared in a number of films and TV shows, including one of the best movies to this date – “Citizen Kane” and the more recent “Great Gatsby”.
8. President Snow’s House, Hunger Games
When we see president Snow’s luxurious house in the Hunger Games: Catching Fire, it’s actually Atlanta’s Swan House. A beautifully preserved mansion full of classic original antiques from the past era. The production team chose this location because it seems like this house has been there forever.